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Johnson & Johnson recently announced that CEO Bill Weldon will be stepping down. In today's edition, Joe and Paul discuss the recent announcement and what that means for the company. If new CEO Alex Gorsky can manage to get Johnson & Johnson back on track and fix its quality control problems, the company is well-positioned to take advantage of favorable demographic trends over the next few decades.
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